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We do not accept Medicaid policies at this time

Opioids are among the most addictive drugs on the market today. However, many people who suffer from opioid addiction may not realize that they have a problem or may be hiding it. If you or a loved one are addicted to opioids, then contact CMAR. Our opioid addiction treatment program can help you get off of opioids for good.

 Our program includes medication-assisted treatment, outpatient rehab, and aftercare that guides you through each stage of recovery. We have the facilities, staff, and care necessary to help you recover for life. Regardless of how severe your addiction is, there is hope for you at CMAR. To find out more about our opioid addiction treatment program in CO, contact us today.

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Opioid Addiction Treatment Program Services We Offer

Our opioid addiction treatment program in CO is comprehensive. You can choose from an array of therapies designed to help you with your addiction and any mental disorders you may have. What can you expect at CMAR?

Evidence-Based Treatment (EBT)

Evidence-based treatment is a primary form of care that is backed by years of science and research. It includes core therapies such as:

We provide the highest level of quality care to help you enjoy a full recovery from opioids.

Medication-Assisted Treatment

At the heart of our treatment program is our medication-assisted treatment center. There, we will use medications such as buprenorphine and naloxone to help you escape addiction’s clutches. These medications make the recovery process much more comfortable and can relieve you of the temptation to relapse. When combined with evidence-based treatment, it is a powerful form of treatment. 

Individual, Family, and Group Therapy

At CMAR, you have opportunities to engage in therapy in different settings. We offer individual therapy, family therapy, and group therapy – all of which are led by a qualified specialist. Being in different settings helps you learn more about your addiction and interact with others who are also on the road to recovery.

Outpatient Care

Your level of treatment depends on your current condition and any mental disorders you may have. An outpatient treatment program allows you more flexibility depending on your personal, professional, or family commitment. It also allows you to seek treatment on your schedule. Our treatment specialists work with each of our patients to ensure their treatment fits their unique needs. 

Dual Diagnosis for Co-Occurring Disorders

Many of the clients that we treat have both an addiction to opioids and a mental disorder. This type of condition is known as a dual diagnosis. Our specialists use dual diagnosis treatment to help treat co-occurring disorders. This form of care addresses both conditions and gives you the treatment you need to overcome your addiction and manage the symptoms of your disorder.

Common disorders associated with opioid addiction include bipolar disorders, ADHD, anxiety, depression, PTSD, or borderline personality disorder. When you get the full care you need, you are more likely to fully recover without the risk of relapse. Ask us more about our dual diagnosis treatment for co-occurring disorders. 

Contact Our Treatment Center in Colorado Today

Opioid addiction can harm many areas of your life. However, you don’t have to be enslaved by it forever. Treatment is available at CMAR. Our specialists can help you through every stage of recovery and continue working with you as you grow beyond addiction. 

To find out more about our opioid addiction treatment program, call 833.448.0127. We can answer your questions, discuss your condition, and get you started today. CMAR can help you get on the road to recovery from opioid addiction.